Update

Welcome back! New-York Historical is now open for visitors. Book your timed-entry tickets. And reserve separate, timed-entry tickets for our free, outdoor exhibition Hope Wanted in the rear courtyard.

Library Fellow Talks Schedule

 

2020 LIBRARY FELLOW TALKS SCHEDULE

Please mark your calendars for this series spotlighting our Library Fellows

All programs run 5– 6 pm at the New-York Historical Society. Light refreshments will be available before and after the event.
Please RSVP below. 


Schedule of Upcoming Talks:

“Civil Rights & Labor Struggles in World War II”
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30
Tejasvi Nagaraja (Schwartz Fellow) in conversation with Thomas Sugrue, professor and director of the NYU Collaborative on Global Urbanism. RSVP HERE >

“Wall Street and the Public Interest”
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Devin Kennedy (Appel Fellow) in conversation with Julia Ott, associate professor of history, the New School. RSVP HERE >

“The Meaning of Freedom in Seneca Village”
MONDAY, APRIL 20
Alexander Manevitz (Schwartz Fellow) in conversation with Elizabeth Blackmar, professor of history, Columbia University. RSVP HERE > 

“Capital of the World: New York City and the End of the 20th Century”
THURSDAY, APRIL 30
Sarah Miller-Davenport (Gardiner/Mellon Fellow) in conversation with Kim Phillips-Fein, associate professor of American history, New York University. RSVP HERE > 

“Policing Gender in Early 20th-Century New York”
MONDAY, MAY 11
Lauren Santangelo (NEH Fellow) in conversation with Kathleen McCarthy, professor of history at the Graduate Center, CUNY. RSVP HERE >

Email questions to fellowships@nyhistory.org.

Fellowships at the New-York Historical Society are made possible by Bernard and Irene Schwartz, Helen and Robert Appel, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. 

 

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